8 Female Entrepreneurs to follow


A sneak peek into the highs & lows of #startuplife and what goes on in between building creative empires

1. Jessica Alba: @jessicaalba

No stranger to our screens, Jessica Alba has truly mastered the art of slashie as Founder/Actor/Dancer/Mumma. Her enterprise, The Honest Company has stunned the business world with its US$1.7 billion valuation this year.

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2. Sheryl Sandberg: @sherylsandberg

An entrepreneur at LeanIn and an intrapreneur at Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg has one of the most impressive CVs in the world, featuring McKinsey, the US government, Walt Disney and Google to name a few. Her Instagram profile champions women in business and encourages positive social change.

You can’t be what you can’t see. Two years ago, we launched the Lean In Collection on @GettyImages—a library of thousands of creative images devoted to changing the portrayal of women and girls in media and advertising. Since the collection launched, it has grown from 2,500 to 6,000 photos that are used by marketers all over the world. Now it’s time for phase two. Today, we are thrilled to announce the launch of the Lean In Collection on @istockbygettyimages, an affordable counterpart to the original collection that is accessible to budgets of all kinds and open to photographer submissions. Let’s proclaim the end of women laughing alone with salad and walking up ladders in stiletto heels. Here’s to closing the gender gap, one image at a time. ‪#LeanIn #RePictureWomen A photo posted by Sheryl Sandberg (@sherylsandberg) on


3. Jessica Walsh: @jessicavwalsh

Jessica is a New York based designer and partner of globally revered creative agency Sagmeister & Walsh (along with Stefan Sagmesiter). She began coding and designing websites at age 11 and sure knows how to catch our eye with the captivating words and visuals.


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4. Kate Kendall: @katekendall

Kate Kendall  is a San Francisco-based, British-Australian entrepreneur. Her latest venture is CloudPeeps, a talent marketplace that matches businesses with the world’s top freelance marketing, content and community professionals.

New sticker made its way onto the laptop @freelancefriday. A photo posted by Kate Kendall (@katekendall) on

5. Jodie Fox: @jodieannefox

National Telstra Businesswoman of the Year winner, Jodie, co-founded her fabulous custom shoe company, Shoes of Prey in 2009.  She now holds the role of Chief Creative Officer and spends her working days jetting between the US (thanks to a national Nordstorm collaboration) and Sydney (where you can design your own pair at David Jones)

It was all kinds of cool and inspiring to see the @netaporter HQ today   A photo posted by Jodie Fox (@jodieannefox) on

6. Zoe Foster Blake: @zotheysay

Beauty Editor, Skincare connoisseur and one of Instagram’s favourite funny ladies, Zoe Foster Blake is the queen of both serums and captions. Get a glimpse in to her online-only brand, Go-To, plus hilarious cameos from her and Hamish’s famous toddler, Sonny.

7. Pip Jamieson: @pip_jamieson

One of digital media’s smartest and smiliest entrepreneurs, Pip’s credentials include Head of Marketing at MTV NZ and co-founder of The Loop. She now runs its UK spin-off, The Dots, while living in a houseboat on London’s River Thames.


8. Lisa Messenger: @lisamessenger

Last but certainly not least, our fearless leader, Founder and Editor-In-Chief Lisa Messenger.
The moment you hit follow you can expect a mecca of start-up inspiration with her raw and real
instagram stories where you’ll get a glimpse into what life of an entrepreneur really looks like, and
nobody knows hows to curate quotes to motivate more than Lisa Messenger.


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